Yeah mine was 25 actually..
It's a nasty file which slows everything down.
I don't use Windows much. I was more curious to find out why the battery being old makes the processor overheat. Somewhat relieved it's not a problem specific to my laptop.
In any case, don't do what I just suggested. Unless you want to the graphical capabilities of your PC to become comparable to that of a SNES.
Laptop went dead. I was told a motherboard problem. Quickly fixed at a repair shop.
Now it is back working I only get 1 bar of internet in the apartment and nothing on the balcony where I would previously get 4-5.
Any ideas why this could logically happen apart from my concerns over unscrupulous repair man switching out parts for cheap Chinese replacements (as can happen in SE Asia)?
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If its onboard wifi, it could have been damage during repair. Or another problem with the motherboard which wasnt fixed. It's doubtful if a part that's part of the motherboard would have been switched out - those are integrated very tightly generally.
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